This recipe has been passed down between three generations of family, all in the original distinctive 'old world' handwriting of Matthew Kemp, who took the recipe from a Phillipino lady enjoying a day at the beach in the port city of Fremantle.
Adobo is the famous Filipino dish, and this variation adds a more powerful punch than the traditional version. Heavy on soy sauce and with the addition of kaffir lime leaves, it will activate your salivary glands while you're still cooking, and leave you wanting more as you scoop up the last grains of rice on your plate. The addition of diced potato rounds out the meal.
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